1982.11_Drawings in Lead (003.1982), Installation Images
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- Storefront for Art and Architecture
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1982 %u2013 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22, 1982
Storefront%u2019s first solo exhibition, Drawings in Lead, focused on the work of Japanese-born, Brooklyn-based artist Toshio Sasaki. Sasaki%u2019s work consisted largely of reliefs and sculptures created by molding sheet lead around wooden framed forms. Referred to by Sasaki as %u2019drawings in lead,%u2019 these works investigated the diverse applications of the material, its malleability, strength, color and texture. Incorporating motifs such as waves, seashells, waterfowl and fish in geometric fields, Sasaki%u2019s sculptures explored philosophical and mathematical dynamics in nature. The exhibition at Storefront included several freestanding works and wall-hung reliefs.
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